Prison Planet
Prison Planet
What remains of the former Prison Planet.
Vital statistics
Type Barren
Size Asteroid
Resources None


Part of the ClusterEdit

The Prison Planet was once the sixth, and farthest, planet of the Cluster. Like Remora, it was too far from the star to sustain any life or resources.

The Prison PlanetEdit

Sometime after the Golden Jubilation, the leaders of planets decided to use this planet as a prison to house the Clusters' deadliest criminals. Cellblocks were constructed on the surface that were protected by forcefields to sustain an artificial atmosphere. It was then dubbed the Prison Planet and used solely as such. Femur sent his usurped brother, Sternum, here.

Riot and DestructionEdit

Eventually, Sternum lead a huge riot among the inmates during which he stumbled upon the Teleport Engine; an alien device similar to the World Engines that were later discovered within the other planets in the Cluster. He used it to teleport the entire Prison Planet away from the Cluster. After being teleported, the Prison Planet sustained heavy damage and was destroyed, leaving only a small piece of the planet, and only one cellblock, intact. That piece contained the Teleport Engine so Sternum could continue to teleport them. Sometime later, a crystaline alien named Jewelia crash-landed on the shard and became the leader of the two opposing factions that began fighting for control of the shard and, by extension, the Teleport Engine within.

The Beast PlanetEdit

The shard was eventually teleported directly in the Beast Planet's path, resulting in contact with it's Claw. The Teleport Engine was then activated by Sternum, teleporting it, along with the Beast Planet, to an unknown location. The shard was destroyed in the process, killing all who remained on it.


Dominant SpeciesEdit

The planet contains members of each race of the Cluster, including Rock, Bone, Fire and Ice. The only member of a different race is Jewelia.

Other SpeciesEdit



  1. Divided We Stand
  2. Nor Iron Bars a Cage
  3. Death of a King
  4. The Long Road Home

See AlsoEdit